Trinidad and Tobago goalkeeper Jan Michael Williams was unconscious for seven minutes and rushed to a medical institution in San Pedro Sula after being injured six minutes into Trinidad and Tobago's World Cup qualifier, which was won 3-1 by hosts Honduras on Tuesday night.

Williams was knocked out after running into Alberth Elis after making a brave save at the striker's feet. Rushed to hospital, a subsequent CAT scan showed no bleeding on Williams' brain. He was replaced in goal by substitute Marvin Phillip.

Williams, 32, could recall nothing about the game except getting the blow, but was soon stabilised and regained his bearing. He was kept for further observation at the nursing home as a precaution, while team physician Dr Terrence Babwah was also monitoring his condition. The team was scheduled to leave Honduras today.